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Endrendrum Punnagai (2013)

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Three best friends, Gautham, Baby and Sri, decide to stay single all their lives. But Baby and Sri get married and Gautham is left alone until Priya comes into his life.


I. Ahmed


I. Ahmed
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jiiva ... Goutham
Trisha Krishnan ... Priya
Vinay Rai ... Sri (as Vinay)
Santhanam ... Baby
Andrea Jeremiah ... Sonia
Nassar ... Goutham's Father (as Nasser)
Jagan ... Sunny's Assistant
T.M. Karthik Srinivasan T.M. Karthik Srinivasan ... Sunny (as T.M. Karthik)
Abhinay Abhinay ... Karthik
Varsha Ashwathi Varsha Ashwathi
Lollusabha Manohar Lollusabha Manohar
Tanuja Tanuja
Sriranjani Sriranjani ... Priya's Mother
Sanjana Sarathy Sanjana Sarathy
Swaminathan Swaminathan ... Soma Sundaram


Gautham (Jiiva), Sree (Vinay Rai) and Baby (Santhanam) are three close, free-spirited friends from school who run an ad agency. Among them Gautham is the son of a painter (Nassar) who has a not-so-good childhood and hence he hates women and also thrusts the same on his two friends. The three friends make a pact that they will remain bachelors forever. But two of them are unable to stick to the promise and friendship sours. Written by Baradwaj Rangan

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4 February 2014 | by paleyellow_88-915-17867See all my reviews

Director I Ahmed's Endrendrum Punnagai starring Jiiva, Trisha, Vinay, Santhanam and Andrea Jeremiah is a beautiful film that deals with friendship, romance and the special bond between a father and his son.

There is loads of fun in the first half as we get to know the three friends, who complement each other perfectly with their different personalities.

Jiiva as a bitter and obstinate young man is quite competent and seems equally comfortable expressing anger, scorn and love.

Trisha looks absolutely gorgeous in simple kurtis and jeans and gives an excellent performance as a middle-class working woman.

Santhanam is in his element and keeps the audience in splits with his witty one-liners.

Andrea, as an egocentric international model and Vinay as a playboy, too, have done their bit.

Good background music by Harris Jayaraj and some spectacular visuals of Switzerland beautifully captured by cinematographer R Madhi make this film even more enjoyable.

There does, however, seem to be too much drinking-- having fun is synonymous with drinking these days --and lots of risqué jokes on marriage and women.

There are no sparks flying and it is definitely not love at first sight for Goutham and Priya, but the end still seems quite obvious.

Whatever the reason, the film certainly succeeds in entertaining the audience.

Endrendrum Punnagai is worth a watch.

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Tamil | Telugu

Release Date:

20 December 2013 (India) See more »

Also Known As:

Chirunavvula Chirujallu See more »

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India See more »

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